Be a part of this extraordinary women’s event in 2019
Europe vs USA
Wednesday 11th - Monday 16th September 2019
Attend all 3 days of Solheim Cup action at magnificent Gleneagles in the Scottish Highlands, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. Optional golf can be arranged, at Gleneagles immediately before the tournament, or at Scottish courses of your choice before or after the event.
The Solheim Cup is the pinnacle of women’s golf with the best golfers from Europe and the USA going head-to-head in the most exciting, competitive format in golf, the 16th edition of the event promises to be the biggest golf event of 2019.
The trip includes:
5 nights’ accommodation with breakfast at the beautiful 4-star Stirling Highland Hotel
Opening and closing ceremonies
General admission passes to all tournament days
Private transfers to and from Edinburgh airport
Group transfer daily to Gleneagles from the hotel
Price: £1,600 per person twin share. Single supplement £650
Optional golf is available on Day 2, at Gleneagles King’s or Queen’s course.
Wednesday 11 September:
Private transfer from Edinburgh International Airport to Stirling Highland Hotel.
Thursday 12 September:
Optional early round of golf at Gleneagles. Opening Ceremony Solheim Cup.
Friday 13th September:
Transfer from hotel to Gleneagles for Day 1 of Solheim Cup. Transfer back to hotel at the conclusion of play.
Saturday 14th September:
Transfer from hotel to Gleneagles for Day 2 of Solheim Cup. Transfer back to hotel at the conclusion of play.
Sunday 15th September:
Transfer from hotel to Gleneagles for Day 3 of Solheim Cup. Attend final presentation and closing ceremony. Transfer back to hotel.
There is the option of staying longer and playing golf at one or more of Scotland’s finest courses including Turnberry, Royal Troon, St Andrews, Carnoustie and more. Just ask us, and we will arrange a quote.
Stirling Highland Hotel
Set within the beautiful, historic city of Stirling, The Stirling Highland Hotel is a handsome Victorian building and ancient observatory that perfectly reflects the rich heritage of the area known as the gateway to the Highlands. Originally built as a school in 1854, the hotel lies with easy reach of both Glasgow and Edinburgh and provides the perfect base for exploring the fascinating city of Stirling.
Occupying a site below Stirling Castle and the Church of Holy Rude, The Stirling Highland Hotel was once a Franciscan (or Greyfriars) Convent, founded by King James IV in 1494. The king, who died heroically at the Battle of Flodden in 1513, often did penance for his wild ways at Greyfriars.
L-R: Trump Turnberry, Carnoustie, ©St Andrews Old Course, Castle Stuart